28 ways to get your kids involved in the Super Bowl

28 ways to get your kids involved in the Super Bowl

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The big game is here. But good luck even enjoying the commercials, because you have kids

Managing nachos and your toddler doesn’t have to be a problem. Try some of these 30 easy and fun activities to get your kids involved in the Super Bowl

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1. For older kids, play Super Bowl Bingo. Offer a small prize and bragging rights for the winner. It’s fun for adults, too.

2. A picture-based Bingo game could be fun for little ones.

3. And don’t forget TV commercial Bingo.

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This little kid dancing to Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' is the future of dance and art

This little kid dancing to Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ is the future of dance and art

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This kid has it, and we don’t, and that’s something we’ll all have to make our peace with.

John Phillip Bughaw, a six-year-old from the Philippines who’s already been a guest on Ellen, has released a new video. Bughaw dances to Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” and absolutely crushes it.

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21 ways to entertain your kids during bad weather

21 ways to entertain your kids during bad weather

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As a child snow days are exciting — the possibility of TV, pajamas all day, cookies, no school

But as a parent, the prospect can be a little more grim — messes, yelling, everyone eating your cookies and a 10-hour loop of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. It makes you have newfound respect for Ma Ingalls, who had four kids in a dugout with no iPads and no pizza delivery.

Here is a list of things to do with your kids (mostly) indoors, to weather any storm.

1. Make a house out of a cardboard box. Even if you only have small boxes, markers, paper, scissors and glue can transform them into robots, dollhouses or boats.

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Netflix adds New Year’s Eve countdowns for kids

Netflix adds New Year’s Eve countdowns for kids

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Parents: No need to keep the kids up this New Year’s Eve. Netflix has you covered.

The streaming network announced Monday that it is launching a whole new set of special kid-sized countdowns so parents can make anytime midnight on NYE.

SEE ALSO: Netflix launches 5-minute videos for kids who refuse bedtime

According to an global survey conducted by Netflix, about 58% of parents said they “would jump at the chance to put their kids to bed before the clock strikes twelve on New Year’s Eve.” (The Netflix study, which was conducted from Dec. 4-15 through SurveyMonkey Audience, surveyed 9,128 parents in the U.S., U.K., France, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Italy, Spain and Mexico.) Read more…

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